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East Coast Scuba and Watersports Dive Against Debris – Mill Cove

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We need to look after our Oceans.

East Coast Scuba & Watersports is participating in Aware Week and making a difference for cleaner oceans. Our goal is to clean the seabed of debris that ruins our coastline’s environment and aesthetics plus educate divers on how they can make a difference and become involved in Project Aware.

Are you interested in becoming a Specialty Diver for Padi Certified Project Aware or Coral Reef Conservation? Why not join our PADI instructors and become more aware of our oceans on these dives and how we can make a difference as divers. We’re planning to have buddy groups work together to dive and remove debris around Mill Cove wharf. We will have all the necessary equipment to be involved in the clean-up, but in case we run out of catch-bags, divers are encouraged to bring their own catch-bags.

The event will take place on Sept 26, 2020, from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. First, meet at East Coast Scuba & Watersports to discuss cleanup and safety procedures. Come out and join us and see how much we can achieve in cleaning up as a group!

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Image Credit: East Coast Scuba and Watersports

Whoever is interested in the certification Padi Project Aware, please contact East Coast Scuba & Watersports prior to the course/cost material event at (902) 405-DIVE (3483). Hope to see everybody there.


Sponsored by East Coast Scuba And Sports

September 26, 2020 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm

Call (902) 405-DIVE (3483)

Learn more at: https://www.eastcoastscuba.com/


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Kathy is the owner of Kirk Scuba Gear, a passionate Scuba Diver, Ocean Advocate and Managing Editor of The Scuba News Canada

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